Canadian Tribune

Canadian Tribune

 

a weekly newspaper; the organ of the Communist Party of Canada. The Canadian Tribune has been published in Toronto since 1940. (From May through November 1947 it was known as the Daily Tribune.) It features articles on Canada’s international and domestic position and on the activities of the Communist Party of Canada and other progressive organizations. In addition, the Canadian Tribune elucidates the problems of the struggle of the working class and of all laborers for their rights and against the yoke of monopoly capital.

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Whyte was particularly interested in personal stories--although these stories, he admitted, were not what the Canadian Tribune was most interested in reporting.
From "Native Women Reclaim Midwifery" in akwesasne Notes 23#3, Midwinter 1992, from the Canadian Tribune.
While the reviewer for the Communist Party's Canadian Tribune regarded The Rich Man as "sound working-class fiction," the novel's theme is truth and deception, and the difficulties Grossman brings on himself because of his desire to be seen in Vienna as a rich man.

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